Flaws & All: Why Can’t Beyoncé & Olivia Pope be Feminists, too?

I don’t understand why this question even exists about whether or not Beyoncé or Olivia Pope make “good, black feminists”. The question suggests that their possession of flaws (Beyoncé’s hyper-sexuality and Olivia Pope’s adultery, according to some) disqualifies them as feminists. yazinin devamini okumak için linkimize tıklayiniz. http://www.Trkahkaha.com

I don’t understand why this question even exists about whether or not Beyoncé or Olivia Pope make “good, black feminists”. The question suggests that their possession of flaws (Beyoncé’s hyper-sexuality and Olivia Pope’s adultery, according to some) disqualifies them as feminists. When did feminism become equated to having a great morality—especially when morality definitions are subjective?

Feminism: (n) fem-uh-niz-um The advocacy of women’s rights on the grounds of political, social, and economic equality to men (according to Merriam Webster)

Nowhere in the definition does it say “women who don’t engage in adulterous relationships, lie, dress/dance sexy OR make any other mistakes”. Please be informed that these women, though one is a fictional character, inspire feminist practices/beliefs in other women not because of the flaws many highlight but more so in spite of them. I just read an article by my fave, Demetria Lucas, concerning the question of…

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